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Top 10 Breakfast Places

We've talked about really great breakfast places and there was a previous top 10 Pancake Places list that the Sterns provided. How about your favorite top 10 breakfast roadfood places? Here are mine in no particular order

1- East Bay Diner- Bellmore NY The best on Long Island? Probably not. But I've been going here since I was a little tyke. I think they have the best Spinach Feta Omelette around.

2- Maine Diner- Wells ME The Baked Beans and Red Flannel Hash are the best and the Blueberry Muffin is pretty good too.

3- Modern Diner/Jiggers Diner- Pawtucket/East Greenwich RI (Tie) Jiggers gets my vote for their Jonnycakes. The Modern Diner for their 2 dozen specials which are not on the menu. I haven't tried all of them but I'm sure they're just as good as the Polenta Omelette and Cranberry Granola Pancakes

4- Dot's Restaurant- Wilmington VT Berry Berry Pancakes- The best pancakes on the planet.

5- Pamela's- Pittburgh PA Known for their Crepe Style Pancakes and Lyonnaise Potatos. The Banana Nut Crepe Pancakes are my favorite.

6- Mclean's- Richmond VA A classic southern breakfast- How's about some Country Ham with those Grits n Eggs?

7- Lynn's Paradise Cafe- Louisville KY Another classic breakfast joint. The Cheese Grits and Country Ham with Baked Apples are just amazing.

8- Hell's Kitchen- Minneapolis MN Will also be on my top 10 list for 2006- The Porridge and Pepper n Garlic infused Buffalo sausage had my taste buds singing.

9- Indian Pueblo Cultural Center- Albuquerque NM- OK, I've never been to the Frontier, so this place gets my vote- It's been over 10 years but I'll never forget the Huevos Rancheros, Carne Adovada and Fry Bread

10- Maltby Cafe- Maltby WA- I used to take all my Sunday Brunch dates here in when I was living in Seattle. I just took a look at their website and am saddenned to see that the Turkey Cheddar Jack Omelette is no longer on the menu
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    Donna Douglass
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/28 17:54:44 (permalink)
    Not many Roadfooders here in the central Ohio area evidently. So here goes with my contribution from mostly the Heartland.

    Starliner Diner, multiethnic cuisine, Hilliard, Ohio
    Matthew's, home cooking, West Jefferson, Ohio
    Tommy's Diner, Greek influence,Columbus, Ohio
    Lily's Kitchen, home cooking, Grove City, Ohio
    First Watch, Hilliard, Ohio
    Bob Evans, home cooking, assorted locations, Ohio
    Waffle House, assorted locations, Ohio
    Harlow's, Mexican influence,Tempe, Arizona
    Chompies, Jewish influence,Tempe, Arizona

    And I'm certain there are many more restaurants here in the Columbus area that are notable, but we haven't tried them all as yet.

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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/28 19:25:15 (permalink)
    Donna, don't forget Nancy's in Clintonville and the Grill & Skillet on East Main.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/28 19:30:27 (permalink)
    My two all-time favorites are Hob Nob Hill in San Diego, and Barney Greengrass in NYC.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/28 19:54:47 (permalink)
    Michael, haven't forgotten Nancy's nor the Grill and Skillet, just haven't got around to them as yet. They are on our list of places yet to try. Interesting article in yesterday's paper about Nancy's in Clintonville. Don't know why we haven't been there yet as we lived in Clintonville for a few years in the early 80s.

    We must keep mentioning and stressing the great places to eat in the Central Ohio area, and the Heartland in general. I wish we were still able to travel as we once did. We should have kept a journal of all the places we've experienced via the Sterns' books, but who knew back then that a journal would come in handy today? But we do have a boatload of memories of great places countrywide.

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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/29 00:57:19 (permalink)
    My ten favorites in no particuliar order:
    (1) Wild Goose Cafe-Ashland,Or. Pan fried oysters and fresh marionberry muffins.
    (2) Delphina's Bakery-Portland, Or- Veggie panini.
    (3) Bijou Cafe- Portland,Or. Flavored pancakes, waffles, killer granaola
    (4) Original Pancake House-Portland, Or
    (5) Gus Balon's-Tuscon,AZ, best bread and eggs I have ever had for breakfast
    (6) Le Cave's-Tucson,Az-Doughnuts-ummmm!!!!
    (7) Anne Sather's-Chicago, Il Cinnamon rolls and Swedish waffles.
    (8) Cameo Cafe-Portland, Or. Huge pancakes,Korean pancakes, good bread.
    (9) Cafe Du Monde- New Orleans,La. -Beignets.
    (10) Waffle House- I know, I know.

    Fresco Cafe in Portland, Oregon(complicated potatoes) and the Camelia Grill in New Orleans would have made the cut if still open.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/29 01:32:28 (permalink)
    In no paricular order:

    The Coffee Cup - Omlettes & Grits- Pensacola FL
    Millers Pub - Baby Backs -Chicago, IL
    Mcguires Irish Pub - Pub Food - Pensacola FL
    Carnegie Deli- Classic Jewish Deli- NYC
    Birns Steakhouse- Steaks- Tampa, FL
    Carolines - Mexican - Phoenix AZ
    Hap Towns - Meat & 3 - Nashville TN
    Lefty's - Pizza - Indiana, PA
    Joe's Stone Crab - Stone Crabs - Miami, FL
    PegLeg's -Oysters - Pensacola Beach, FL
    Costco - Hot Dogs - Anywhere there's a Costco
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/29 04:55:50 (permalink)
    Some peculiar breakfast choices, there...btw, Hap Townes retired about 20 years ago.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/29 10:08:59 (permalink)
    Breakfast is my least favorite meal. I probably haven't had a pancake or a waffle in over 25 years. The only time I cook breakfast is when we're camping. I know, I'm wierd.

    BUT! I do have one favorite:

    CAFE DU MONDE in NOLA. Beignets and coffee with chickory. Don't wear black or navy blue.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/29 10:26:43 (permalink)
    Oh, I had forgotten about Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans until Lleechef mentioned it. That was a great breakfast, sitting there eating those wonderful beignets and coffee, watching people and enjoying the entire experience. Again, many years ago but what memories!

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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/29 10:29:19 (permalink)
    1. Hell's Kitchen, Minneapolis - great rosti potatoes, homemade ketchup and wonderful sausage bread with homemade blood orange marmalade. Alway have received excellent service.
    2. Chris' Pancakes, St. Louis, MO - high quality ingredients, great service.
    3. Tecalote, Sante Fe, NM. - blue corn Pancakes with spiced honey.
    4. Ann Sather, Chicago - the one on Belmont and Clark
    5. Ina's Kitchen, Chicago - any egg dish, all baked goods.
    6. Courtesy Diner, St. Louis - slingers
    7. Sarabeth's, New York City - nice jams, conserves and baked goods
    8. Fossil Inn, Florissant, CO - not sure if they are still open, does anyone know?
    9. Room 39, Kansas City, MO - Steak and Egg Benedict, omelets.
    10. French Meadow Bakery, Minneapolis - cajun potatoes, excellent muffins, toast and scones. Very good coffee.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/29 12:40:31 (permalink)
    LOU MITCHELLS CHICAGO
    SARKIS CAFE EVANSTON ILL
    JOHNNY G'S LAKE WORTH FL. PIER
    ANN SATHER CHICAGO
    HAVANA GRILLE WEST PLM BCH FL.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/29 19:38:54 (permalink)
    Kelleys Country Cooking, Houston,Tx
    Omlette House, Las Vegas Nv.
    Franks Grill, Houston, Tx
    Mi Tierra, San Antonio, Tx.
    Sams Restaurant, Fairfield, Tx.
    Shoebels, Columbus, Tx
    Franks, Shulemburg, Tx
    Le Peep, Houston,Tx.
    Taqueria Arandas, Texas
    Cafe Bignet, New Orleans, La.

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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/29 23:01:27 (permalink)
    In no particular order:
    Waldo Cafe, Waldo Wi Good "down-home" cooking, nothing fancy, but really good
    Village Cafe, Egg Harbor Wi "Funky" breakfasts---EXCELLENT breakfast potatoes and more!
    Two Bit Saloon, Gardiner Mt. "Best little breakfast in the West"--a bar with a twist (and a cook!)
    Shades Cafe, Jackson Wy Unusual and healthy egg dishes and muffins
    Running Bear Pancake House, West Yellowstone Mt. Pancakes, what else?!
    Taste Cafe, Indianapolis In Cheddar cheese biscuits with gravy and pastries
    The Pines Cafe, Ironwood Mi Eggs, corned beef hash, and special pancakes and waffles
    Michaels, Manitowish Waters Wi Corned beef hash and lots of egg variations, giant muffins
    Log Cabin Cafe, Silvergate Mt Made from scratch pancakes, breakfast trout---good ham
    Red Lodge Cafe, Red Lodge Mt Buckwheat pancakes and corned beef hash
    Noon Break, Cody Wy ALL good, with a southwestern flair and old news!

    I know this is 11, but we LOVE breakfast out!!!
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/30 00:18:25 (permalink)
    Here's 9 at the top of my list, INPO:

    LENNY'S - Clearwater, FL
    DELUCA'S - Pittsburgh
    LOU MITCHELL'S - Chicago
    BARNEY GREENGRASS - New York City
    WOLFIE COHEN'S RASCAL HOUSE - Miami Beach
    HOB NOB HILL - San Diego
    HASH HOUSE A GO GO - San Diego
    MECCA - Dallas
    ORIGINAL PANCAKE HOUSE - any of them anywhere

    and for number 10, I'll go with Wandering Jew's pick of MODERN DINER in Pawtucket, RI, since I first broke bread with him there.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/30 06:25:03 (permalink)
    Peter Pan Diner, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
    Rossi's Diner, Daytona Beach, FL

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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/10/30 15:25:37 (permalink)
    Here is my top 10 in alphabetical order:

    1) Barney Greengrass in New York City
    2) Blue Heaven in Key West
    3) Hob Nob Hill in San Diego
    4) Juilleret's of Charlevoix in Charlevoix, MI
    5) Maltby Cafe in Maltby, WA
    6) Pancake Pantry in Nashville
    7) Polly's Pancake Parlor in Sugar Hill, NH
    8) Otis Cafe in Otis, OR
    9) Tecolote in Santa Fe
    10) Tempo Cafe in Chicago

    Everyone is probably tired of hearing me rave about the place, but the one that stands head and shoulders above the rest for me is Hob Nob Hill.

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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/11/01 22:52:44 (permalink)
    [quote6- Mclean's- Richmond VA A classic southern breakfast- How's about some Country Ham with those Grits n Eggs?



    You rock!

    Which one did you go to? Staples Mill Rd or Broad St? Or do you remember? They have great specials every day, great staff, awesome grub. What did you get there?
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/11/02 08:14:45 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by DamnTheCowboys

    [quote6-
    You rock!
    Which one did you go to? Staples Mill Rd or Broad St? Or do you remember? They have great specials every day, great staff, awesome grub. What did you get there?


    Yeah, I know I rock!
    Used to hear that all the time in my Bass playing days.
    Just about everytime I stayovernight in Richmond I've been going to the Broad Street Location. I usually order the "Big Breakfast" and get the fried bologna but have also ordered the Country Ham Breakfast probably just as many times. Both are outstanding!
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/11/02 10:32:32 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by wanderingjew

    quote:
    Originally posted by DamnTheCowboys

    [quote6-
    You rock!
    Which one did you go to? Staples Mill Rd or Broad St? Or do you remember? They have great specials every day, great staff, awesome grub. What did you get there?


    Yeah, I know I rock!
    Used to hear that all the time in my Bass playing days.
    Just about everytime I stayovernight in Richmond I've been going to the Broad Street Location. I usually order the "Big Breakfast" and get the fried bologna but have also ordered the Country Ham Breakfast probably just as many times. Both are outstanding!


    OK, I'm confused. I looked this place up in the phone book - It's MACleans, btw - and can only find it listed on Staples Mill. Where is it on Broad?
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/11/02 10:47:48 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Williamsburger

    quote:
    Originally posted by wanderingjew

    quote:
    Originally posted by DamnTheCowboys

    [quote6-
    You rock!
    Which one did you go to? Staples Mill Rd or Broad St? Or do you remember? They have great specials every day, great staff, awesome grub. What did you get there?


    Yeah, I know I rock!
    Used to hear that all the time in my Bass playing days.
    Just about everytime I stayovernight in Richmond I've been going to the Broad Street Location. I usually order the "Big Breakfast" and get the fried bologna but have also ordered the Country Ham Breakfast probably just as many times. Both are outstanding!


    OK, I'm confused. I looked this place up in the phone book - It's MACleans, btw - and can only find it listed on Staples Mill. Where is it on Broad?
    Cathy


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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/11/04 15:55:32 (permalink)
    Eggheads in Ft.Bragg is one of my favorite breakfasts. The food's great, the decor is amazing, and there's lots of Wizard of Oz memorabilia. Arrive early or plan to wait.

    A yellow brick road on the floor of the restaurant leads out back to the outhouse.

    Eggheads Restaurant
    326 N. Main Street
    Ft. Bragg, CA
    (707)964-5005

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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/11/06 17:01:05 (permalink)
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    Not many Roadfooders here in the central Ohio area evidently. So here goes with my contribution from mostly the Heartland.

    Starliner Diner, multiethnic cuisine, Hilliard, Ohio
    Matthew's, home cooking, West Jefferson, Ohio
    Tommy's Diner, Greek influence,Columbus, Ohio
    Lily's Kitchen, home cooking, Grove City, Ohio
    First Watch, Hilliard, Ohio
    Bob Evans, home cooking, assorted locations, Ohio
    Waffle House, assorted locations, Ohio
    Harlow's, Mexican influence,Tempe, Arizona
    Chompies, Jewish influence,Tempe, Arizona

    And I'm certain there are many more restaurants here in the Columbus area that are notable, but we haven't tried them all as yet.

    Donna


    I can vouch for the Chompie's in Tempe (also one in Scottsdale), great bagles (I actually prefer the Bialys) and the Corned Beef Hash is out of this world!

    Man, guess where I'm going for breakfast tomorrow (after I vote, of course!)
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/11/06 17:27:12 (permalink)
    The Cottage over in Laguna Beach. Wonderful setting and top-notch chow. The Country Breakfast was waaay more than I could handle and very very tasty.

    On your way north on I-17 heading out of Phoenix is The Rock Springs Cafe. Been there since 1918, great Road Food any time of the day, the PENNY'S PIES are unbelievable, and quite famous in these parts.

    If you get up to Flagstaff visit the Cafe Express in the downtown area. Probably the best Biscuits and Gravy I've ever had! You can also get a mean Latte there.


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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/11/08 13:57:28 (permalink)
    Ok--i no particular order---
    Morning Thunder in Chico Calif---huge meals that serve two--great cafe and the best looking waitresses in the country! Nice folks!

    Pancake Pantry in Nashville--the real deal and a favorite of alot of musicians--and trust those musicians KNOW their breakfasts!

    Cafe DuMonde---what can i say--to eat here means YOUR IN NOLA!!! and that in itself make it wonderful!!!

    Almost any DINER!!

    JM's --Eufala Ok--" est 1937 "---nobody stays in business that long serving food without being GOOD!--killer pork chop and eggs--$6.50

    Green Country Resteraunt Checotah Ok---acroos from the Flying J--great Country ham and 3 eggs!!! Met Carrie Underwoods grandad in there EARLY one am!

    While traveling on the east coast---Waffle House----gotta love the hash browns!

    I dont know if its still open but LONG ago i used to have latrer night after the gig eats a a place in Boston right across from the Pru-called the Bulkie--potato pancakes---need i say more!

    Chinatown in Oakland or SanFrancisco--very early ams!!!! Awesome!!!---

    The Pasty shop out behind the Bookshop Santas Cruz in Santa Cruz Ca---1st get a Latte at Santa Cruz Roastintin Company then get pastry and sit out in the patio.

    The Med""--or Mederterainian if you must---on University Ave in Berzerkly Califonia!!!

    that little shop on the ground level of my daughters building on Lorimar street in Brooklyn with the killer breakfasts in a roll that New Yorkers crave!


    oh so many breatfasts left to try!!!
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/11/08 23:24:33 (permalink)
    It's Tops Coffee Shop on Market Street in the Castro District has been around since the 30's. The same family has owned it since the 50's. We ate at the counter and talked to the owner/chef while enjoying some of the greatest egg dishes and pancakes on the west coast. They serve burgers, fries, malts, and banana splits for the lunch crowd. The lemon Cokes are not to be missed while playing your favorite oldies on the juke box.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/12/06 23:59:24 (permalink)
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    In no paricular order:

    The Coffee Cup - Omlettes & Grits- Pensacola FL
    Millers Pub - Baby Backs -Chicago, IL
    Mcguires Irish Pub - Pub Food - Pensacola FL
    Carnegie Deli- Classic Jewish Deli- NYC
    Birns Steakhouse- Steaks- Tampa, FL
    Carolines - Mexican - Phoenix AZ
    Hap Towns - Meat & 3 - Nashville TN
    Lefty's - Pizza - Indiana, PA
    Joe's Stone Crab - Stone Crabs - Miami, FL
    PegLeg's -Oysters - Pensacola Beach, FL
    Costco - Hot Dogs - Anywhere there's a Costco


    Food you gotta be airline. I recognize all those places from many years of flying except The Coffee Cup - Omlettes & Grits- Pensacola FL, PegLeg's -Oysters - Pensacola Beach, FL and Mcguires Irish Pub - Pub Food - Pensacola FL. I recognize them because I pass them almost daily...........live in Gulf Breeze. All of them are great but I think my very favorite and the one I most miss is Carnegie Deli- Classic Jewish Deli- NYC. The whole New York thingi was great.......
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/12/08 01:09:34 (permalink)
    In Los Angeles don't miss Dupars for the ultimate in pancakes
    (not sure of all locations, but I believe one is located at the Farmer's Market next to CBS Televison City on Fairfax)

    In San Francisco don't miss Sears Fine Foods at Union Square.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/12/08 08:29:37 (permalink)
    daawgon-
    I haven't thought about DuPar's in a long time, but count me as a fan, too. Though the food has always been good, I like it just as much for the authentic coffee shop atmosphere. As far as I know, there are three of them. Besides the Farmer's Market location (my favorite), they have one in Studio City and the one in Thousand Oaks is in a hotel.
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    RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2006/12/09 23:05:06 (permalink)
    Try Toast in Ferndale, Michigan (Woodward Avenue). Fabulous...that's all I can say.

    Also Silver Grill Care on Walnut Street in Fort Collins, Colorado. Buy a coffee mug with your name on it. Great daily specials!

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